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|LOS ANGELES, CAL. -- A federal judge in Los Angeles, who previously struck down sections of the Patriot Act, has ruled that provisions of an anti-terrorism order issued by President George W. Bush after September 11 are unconstitutional. U.S. District Judge Audrey Collins found that part of the law violated the Constitution because it put no apparent limit on the president's powers to place groups on that list.|
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